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I'm generally all for private businesses deciding their policies.
But I can't figure out the logic of one I'm seeing frequently right now: "If you're vaccinated, no need to wear a mask. If you're unvaccinated, please wear a mask to protect others." Some places also say, "And if we see you're not wearing a mask, our employees will put one on, too."
If you're vaccinated and don't need to wear a mask, that means an assumption that you're 100% protected or immune due to vaccination.
If you're unvaccinated and need to wear a mask, that assumes the mask prevents transmission, how ever you may be wearing it.
Then, how are the unvaccinated people a threat to the vaccinated (immune) people?
The only reason unvaccinated people would need to mask to protect vaccinated people is if the vaccinated people aren't immune, after all.
If the vaccinated people aren't immune, after all, why don't they have to wear masks, too? Does this make any sense
What about people who have had Covid-19 and not been vaccinated because there is no benefit to vaccination for them, and they have (so far) longer lasting proven immunity than those who have been vaccinated?
What about the majority of those who don't know they've had Covid because they had few or no symptoms, but are immune?
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